This rustic picnic spot is the perfect base for a fun-filled day trip at the beach, in the southern reaches of Myall Lakes National Park. Just north of Hawks Nest, Hole in the Wall picnic area provides easy access to the seemingly endless golden sands and rolling waves of Mungo Beach.
Take in the fresh coastal air and sweeping views including Broughton Island and Dark Point to the south. Head down to the beach and dive into the sparkling waves for a refreshing swim. The fishing here is legendary with bream, tailor and Australian salmon often caught along this coastline.
When it’s time for lunch, spread out a feast on the tables and enjoy a leisurely, sand-free lunch. If you enjoy a walk, there are large stretches of beaches to explore, or you can tackle nearby Mungo walking track. Remember to take your binoculars if you want to birdwatch or whale watch.
What did others have to say?
3 months ago
Must see it yourselves amazing beautiful coastline. Best spot to see the dolphins & whales watching . Best time it is now August come around 11-12noon to see them up close Come early we just caught a fews dolphins at the end. Don't miss this spot! Enjoy
4 months ago
Beautiful little spot to watch nice sea view. Only one table. No toilets.
2 months ago
View the large island in NSW from a top of a small sand dunes. Beach access was closed due to recent erosion.
a year ago
Awesome beach, bit hard to get back up but kids love running down to the beach.
Zoltan Batho G.
a year ago
One of the best lookouts at Mungo Brush. It has a table as well, so do a picnic there as well. You'll have a chance to see dolphins if you are lucky.